Hair Bow Display Tutorial

I love do-it-yourself projects, rolling up my sleeves, and getting creative. I could spend hours lost in Joann’s, half-crazed with inspiration and ambition. But with little ones at home, it feels like I just don’t have time to get elbow-deep into anything too lengthy or involved. So here’s another tutorial for a quick, sweet and… Continue reading Hair Bow Display Tutorial

Kitchen Table

Stove-top German Beets Recipe

Beets are such a delicious winter vegetable. I absolutely love them. Every time we have beets for dinner, I ask my husband why we don’t eat beets more often. For some reason, I just never think to make them. Or perhaps, subconsciously, I avoid them a little bit because of the mess involved in preparing… Continue reading Stove-top German Beets Recipe

The Littles · Whole Health

Small Acts of Kindness: A New Way to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

Stop Bullying: Part I Hello, February! It’s hard to believe January is already behind us. Valentine’s Day is just a few weeks away now. While today’s post is about Valentine’s Day, I’ll clue you in: there’s a twist. It’s the first post of a short, monthly series I’m starting about anti-bullying <the Hot Topic right now>.… Continue reading Small Acts of Kindness: A New Way to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

Whole Health

57 Date Night Ideas to Get You out of a Rut

I truly believe that one key to a happily-ever-after is to never stop dating your spouse. Never stop getting to know one another, growing and learning together. Date night is ever important for a strong marriage. But life gets crazy busy. It can be difficult to find a sitter, or sometimes you’re just short on cash.… Continue reading 57 Date Night Ideas to Get You out of a Rut

Kitchen Table · Whole Health

How to Meal Prep Like a Boss

We’re already several weeks into the New Year, and hopefully keeping strong with the resolutions we made to improve our health. A couple of weeks ago I posted about menu planning and how it can improve and maintain healthy eating habits. This week is all about meal prep, and the two go together like carrots… Continue reading How to Meal Prep Like a Boss


Button Hair Tie Tutorial

It’s been a little while since I’ve shared a craft idea with you all. But I’ve got a button hair tie tutorial for you today that’s so cute, simple, and inexpensive, it will leave you looking like Martha Stewart without even breaking a sweat. I purchased these darling little hair ties at the Sunday Market… Continue reading Button Hair Tie Tutorial

The Littles · Whole Health

8 Tips for Raising a Life-Long Veggie-Lover

Breaking News: Lachanophobia Pandemic Strikes the Nation! *Lachanophobia: An irrational fear and avoidance of vegetables.  Parents everywhere are struggling to get their kids to eat their vegetables, often resorting to tactics such as bribery or disguise. There are reports of parents across the nation offering their children bribes, such as,”If you finish your vegetables, you… Continue reading 8 Tips for Raising a Life-Long Veggie-Lover

Reading Corner

8 Must Have Children’s Books About Art

January Book Review The power and importance of art is often under estimated. I remember I had an art teacher in elementary school who taught us that any art project we created, whatever mistake we may think we have made, there is nothing we cannot fix. When we thought we had ruined our project, she… Continue reading 8 Must Have Children’s Books About Art

Kitchen Table · Whole Health

The Ultimate Menu Planning Guide

For all those who want to eat healthy, but have to do so on a schedule and a budget Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links, which means I may receive a percentage of the proceeds if purchases are made after clicking on the links.  Many of us have made health related New Year’s resolutions this… Continue reading The Ultimate Menu Planning Guide

The Littles

Finding the Right Preschool

Believe it or not, now is the time to start your search for the right preschool if you plan to enroll your child for Fall 2017. Preschools are already offering pre-enrollment for returning students, and will soon be offering open enrollment for new students. Allowing someone else to care for your child takes enormous trust,… Continue reading Finding the Right Preschool